Craig Dillon has been servicing his residential and commercial customers along the CT shoreline for over 15 years, providing landscape and hardscape design, installation and maintenance. He earned an Associate Degree in Horticulture and a Bachelor Degree in Turf Grass and Soil Science and Landscape Design at UConn.
“I’ve owned several different leaf and debris truck loaders over the years, and I was happy to test the Monster Power Equipment 28HP Subaru Tow-Behind Leaf and Debris Truck loader. During this recent fall clean up season, I used the Monster truck loader exclusively, and was amazed at how efficiently the machine handled the debris. There was no loss of suction with the increase of compaction. The performance was a great improvement over others I have used.” Craig commented that the number of trips to the dump were half what they would have been with other equipment due to the new impeller design, thus improving productivity and decreasing down time.
Craig also commented on the overall ease of use of the Monster truck loader. “It was much lighter than anticipated, hitched up to the truck easily, moved on a dime and backed up with ease.”
“Overall, the Monster leaf and debris truck loader outperformed any other truck loader of its size in the marketplace.”
Dustin has been in business servicing customers for 14 years, providing landscape installation and maintenance, fertilization, snow removal, and storm clean up services. He earned a bachelor degree in corporate communication from the University of Kentucky.
Dustin won a Monster Power Equipment 14HP Leaf and Debris Truck Loader at the GIE-Expo in Louisville, KY last October. He was able to utilize the Monster truck loader for his fall clean up.
This is what Dustin had to say about his experience with his “Monster”
“Our Monster truck loader exceeded our expectations in every way. The unit’s performance exceeded the performance of bigger machines we have used in the past. The compaction of debris allowed my crews to stay on-site longer and finish the job in one trip, saving time and increasing profits. The ability to install and uninstall the unit in minutes allows a small company like ourselves the ability to efficiently utilize our existing trucks and trailers.”
Pat Cappucci, President & COO of Schiller Grounds Care, stated that as a result of this new relationship with Sound Manufacturing, “We will effectively combine the strength of Little Wonder as a leader in debris management products with Monster Power Equipment, who has acquired the expertise of key talent from the original Giant Vac company, a long-standing
expert in truck loaders and large debris loaders.” “Essentially, they get to focus on their expertise, while we focus on ours, which is bringing the industry the best products possible in debris management for landscape, asphalt and grounds care professionals. We are fully committed to the success of our customers, and are confident that the combination of Monster with Little Wonder will give them a line-up unmatched anywhere in the industry”, concluded Cappucci.
51 Donnelley Road
Old Saybrook, CT